May 16, 2014, 9:45 AM EDT
Floyd Sullivan of ChicagoNow has made a deliciously hilarious discovery. One of the murals the Cubs have painted on the walls of Wrigley Field to celebrate the park’s 100th anniversary — Charles Lindbergh visiting a Chicago ballpark in 1927 — is actually a picture of Lindbergh at Comiskey Park. Go read his post about it, as he has photographic evidence showing how he figured it out.
In other news, whoever is in charge of the murals at Wrigley is probably not answering his phone today.
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